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Bibliographic reference Mezhoudi, Nesrine ; Khaddam, Iyad ; Vanderdonckt, Jean. WiSel: a mixed initiative approach for widget selection.ACM Conference on research in adaptive and convergent systems (Prague, Czech Republic, du 09/10/2015 au 12/10/2015). In: Esmaeil S. Nadimi, Tomas Cerny, Sung-Ryul Kim, Wei Wang, Proceedings of ACM Conference on research in adaptive and convergent systems RACS'2015, ACM Press : New York2015, p. 349-356
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